The best way to deal with someone who won't take responsibility for their actions is to confront them and pray for them, the Rev. Billy Graham advises for Christians who are seeking conflict resolution.
Many Christians have become bored with the Bible because they've forgotten its importance, explains Marshall Segal, who serves as the associate editor of DesiringGod.org.
Christians often feel stressed because they have not fully surrendered their life to God, says Pastor Rick Warren, who urges people to read Proverbs 3:5-6.
Archaeologists in China say they have found part of the famed Kublai Khan palace in the city of Beijing, historically nicknamed "the greatest palace that ever was."
The Rev. Billy Graham, who has met and prayed with every U.S. president since Harry Truman and is frequently called America's pastor, is urging Americans to vote, saying is it not only a right but a "God-given responsibility."
The greatest outrage in life is choosing money, sex, power or anything else over God, says John Piper, chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
In order for prayers to be answered affirmatively, people must pray in accordance with the will of God, Pastor Greg Laurie says.
Christians who are in constant pursuit of answers from God to explain why things happen in life lack contentment and become increasingly frustrated when their questions go unanswered, says Pastor Rick Warren.
Christians should look to God instead of horoscopes for guidance, the Rev. Billy Graham advises for those who are lured by things that claim to predict the future.
Archaeologists in Athens, Greece, have discovered a 1,800-year-old well used as an oracle to communicate with the mythical god Apollo.
Christian couples marrying in the church should strive to promote a culture of simplicity and joy when planning their wedding, avoiding the "sad" pressure of spending too much money on their nuptials, John Piper says.
To achieve serenity in life, God wants you to let go and know He is in control, Pastor Rick Warren says.
God wants what is best for you, both in your personal and professional life, the Rev. Billy Graham writes.
If she had one more message to preach about, it would be to encourage Christians to "love, love, and then love some more," inspirational Christian speaker Joyce Meyer says.
Christians should not necessarily view donating their body to science in the same way they would view cremation, John Piper says.
As Christians, seeking and maintaining peace plays an important role in our overall happiness. Here are five Bible verses to remind you of the importance of peace in your life.
Although some Christians feel like they're hopelessly susceptible to temptation, any vice can be overcome if people will allow God to help them, says to the Rev. Billy Graham.
God will fight your battles if you remain at rest and trust in His plan, Pastor Joel Osteen says.
Pastor Perry Noble of NewSpring Church in South Carolina introduced his new sermon series "These Are My People" in a blog post earlier this week, explaining that the Sunday sermon is for anyone who has "scars from your past that you can't seem to get over, or deal with extreme feelings of inadequacy."
When faced with the responsibility of caring for an elderly parent, family member or friend, here are five Bible verses that will help to inspire and guide you.
When Jesus Christ returns for the Second Coming, all destruction, war and death will cease to exist and His followers will be rewarded with eternal peace, the Rev. Billy Graham says.
When determining the meaning behind the first and last commandments, we must first define each one individually, John Piper says.
Being dishonest may benefit you temporarily, but it will not lead you down a long-term path to righteousness, the Rev. Billy Graham says.
When feeling stressed and overworked, here are five Bible verses to bring you peace and tranquility. All verses are taken from the New International Version.
To fully know and love God, Christians need to shed their misconceptions and view Him as their father, Pastor Rick Warren says.